1930s-style Lincoln Cosy Club restaurant opens next week

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Busy preparations are taking place behind the doors of Lincoln’s first Cosy Club restaurant which opens next week.

The 1930s-style chain restaurant is the latest addition to the Cornhill Quarter in the city centre, which is undergoing a major £70 million refurbishment.

It will open to the public in the Corn Exchange building on Tuesday, February 13.

New signs have already gone up on the front of the building.

Signage has been hoisted onto the building, which is already looking vastly different to the beginning of the project.

The former Blue Banana store, one of the previous unsightly modern extensions to the Grade II listed Corn Exchange.

This follows the recent launches of Flying Tiger Copenhagen, Moss Brosand a new Thomas Cook, as well as the announcement of plans for a new independent cinema in the Cornhill.

Jake Bishop, Managing Director of Cosy Club, said previously: “The magnificent Grade II listed Corn Exchange building caught our eye as it fits in perfectly with our ‘Mansion Splendour meets Village eccentricity’ ways.

The Cosy Club in Cheltenham

“We like every customer to leave ‘feeling splendid’, which we’re confident will be the case at this beautiful building.

“We will also be in a prime position in the heart of one of the UK’s leading retail and leisure destinations as well as in one of the most exciting historic and up and coming cities in the country, I can’t wait for our grand opening bash.”

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